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Because leftists have allegedly distorted how we interpret the past, it does not mean the PM should give encouragement to beliefs which are laughable.
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The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Weekly cartoon by Sorit
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
movie review
Usual slapstick, loud and hammy acting, cringingly incorrect humour and corny lines.
10 Questions
The Delhi-based musician is keen to introduce music education to every child in India.
Delhi Restaurant
No, the food bears no semblance to the runny yellow dal and coarse rice that goes for jail food in Bollywood.
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
gossip
Entries to the £30,000 Sunday Times Short Story Award are open till September 26.
Column
Business in bitesizes
Independence Day Special
Essay
Will the majoritarian project subvert the very democratic tradition that has brought the BJP to power?
Timeline
A historical walkthrough of how majoritarianism has made appearances in idea and practice....
Opinion
There is a broader—and deeper—meaning to democracy. Part of that ideal is the idea that every tessera in the mosaic can sparkle.
Opinion
The Constitution is armoured with the ‘basic structure’ doctrine, so it will be insurmountably difficult to establish a Hindu Rashtra
Opinion
The dissenting judge is a powerful voice
Opinion
Forget BJP, the Congress must curb its communalism
Opinion
This is the stage where all Muslim tropes live
Interview
The editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm on the Israel project and the massacre in Gaza.
Opinion
Saudi challenge: Wahabism in a new neighbourhood
Opinion
Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka stubbornly excludes minorities
Interview
General secr­etary of the Sri Lankan ultra-nationalist Buddhist organisation Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) on charges of being the mastermind of many anti-Muslim riots
Opinion
Partition has been exposed as a bad idea, since ’47
Interview
The emeritus professor of politics at Oxford on the importance of dissenting voices
Malappuram
Malappuram, carved out for a religion, now holds a key to Kerala
Food Habits
In 2012, student groups made a dietary—and political—demand: beef on the menu
Gonds
A common Gondi and a venerable Ravana will hopefully forge a Gond cultural identity
Ambedkar’s view
Anticipating majoritarianism’s danger, Ambedkar advocated safeguards for Dalits
In Pakistan
Pakistan faces August 14 with foreboding as righteous forces tear at each other over the state’s future path
orissa: photo feature
My testimony to a return, after seven years, to Kanhupur, a sea-gnawed coastal village in Kendrapada district of Orissa
National
trai: media regulation
TRAI moves to put media houses in order
opinion
The adoration-denigration cycle is the lot of those on pedestals
judiciary: appointments
But will the JAC pass muster with the states?
Books
Review
A village—and its quirky, humdrum lives—is dragged into townhood. Nambisan’s scalpel probes every growth.
Manjul Bajaj on A Town Like Ours By Kavery Nambisan
Review
Not a book to just skip through. You are so spellbound that you just don’t want to miss a word
Paro Anand on In The Shadow Of The Leaves By Anjana Basu
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